Pterodactyl in the Goat Shed

SailorGirl

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I've been thinking about the cuckoo clock my dad used to have all night. He said it was out in the goat shed several months before he died. I thought it was just rambling because why would you hang a cuckoo clock in the goat shed. He probably meant in a box. So anyway it's nice and my mother's asleep. Thought I'd have a little look see. I can see the shed from the window and there was movement on the roof but it's so overgrown out there, I can't make out what it is. The doorway is open because it really was a goat shed and as far as I know goats don't open doors.

So I go strolling out. When I walked in this huge turkey buzzard vulture like creature came skittering across the floor with its wings spread and hissing at me. Hissing! - just like the pterodactyl in Jurassic Park 2, same look in his beady reptilian eyes. So I finally stopped screaming I ran out, there are now six vultures lined up on the roof of the shed, they're freaking me out and I'm pretty certain I dropped the car keys.

Turkey vultures don't attack do they?
 

SailorGirl

Well-Known Member
Not at all. A class "C" movie where they take over until they blow the "queens" head of with a bomb. You may have to do the same to get rid of these.
Oh I love bad sci-fi. I can go out there right? God there are more of them now. They look like they're plotting something.
 

jazz lady

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PREMO Member
Maybe he can help me get my car keys. He's not too far from here.
Tell him to suit up first. Sounds like a haz-mat situation.

The bacteria, fungal agents and parasites found in turkey vulture droppings and nests can carry a host of serious diseases, including histoplasmosis, encephalitis, salmonella, meningitis, toxoplasmosis and more. As an unpleasant bonus, turkey vultures often leave bones and carcasses to feed on around their roosting areas.
 
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